A bucket list of 15 things to do, see, sip & eat during Chicago’s best season
Stacy Keach brings Ernest Hemingway to life in the new play ‘Pamplona’
Care to dance? The studio — which opened its first space in Ravenswood in 2008 — expands to the West Loop May 1.
Artist and activist Ai Weiwei gets his first solo show in Chicago
The Fashion Design Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Frank Lloyd Wright in style.
Pop music got the institutional treatment with the opening of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in 1995. But these days, you don’t have to travel to Ohio to groove on shows that celebrate the artistry and attitudes of the music world’s movers and shakers. In 2014, the Museum of Contemporary Art presented “David Bowie Is” and now, there’s “Exhibitionism,” an artifact-crammed...
Chicagoan Nathan Michael flexes with a new audio series exploring creativity in industries other than the arts. In the debut episode — available now on iTunes — he talks food and drink with One Off Hospitality partners Paul Kahan and Donnie Madia. Free; Thecreativemuscle.com
Workout with your head in the clouds during Saturday yoga, the newest edition to the 360 Sky Series at the 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck (875 N. Michigan).
These days, any play that centers on a middle-aged white male is bound to get it coming and going. Some audiences expect a slam on entrenched privilege; others hope for a little mercy for what they see as a figure under siege. But sometimes, a pipe is just a pipe, and what you smoke in it is up to you. Speaking of his latest work, “Linda Vista,” Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts (above)...
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